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Creating WebLogic Domains Using the Configuration Wizard

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Introduction to Domains

Common Domain Configurations

Overview of the Configuration Wizard

Modes of Operation

Configuration Wizard Output

About Domain and Extension Templates

Overview of Creating a New Domain Using the Configuration Wizard

Overview of Extending a Domain Using the Configuration Wizard

Additional Tools for Creating, Extending, and Managing Domains

Starting the Configuration Wizard

Starting in Graphical Mode

Starting in Console Mode

Creating a New WebLogic Domain

Create or Extend a Domain

Select a Domain Source

Configure an Administrator Username and Password

Specify the Server Start Mode and JDK

Choose the Startup Mode

Differences Between Domain Startup Modes

Select the JDK for the Domain

Customize Environment and Services Settings

Customize the Environment

Customize Existing JDBC and JMS Settings

Create the WebLogic Domain

Creating Domain

Customizing the Environment

Configure the Administration Server

Specifying Listen Addresses

Specifying Listen Ports

Configure Managed Servers

Configure Clusters

Assign Managed Servers to Clusters

Create HTTP Proxy Applications

Configure Machines

Assign Servers to Machines

Review the Domain Settings

Customizing Existing JDBC and JMS Settings

Configure JDBC Data Sources

Test Data Source Connections

Run Database Scripts

Configure JMS File Stores

Review the Domain Settings

Extending Domains

Choose to Extend a Domain

Select a WebLogic Domain Directory

Select the Extension Source

Customize JDBC and JMS Settings

Extend Your WebLogic Domain

Examples: Using the Configuration Wizard

Creating a New Domain

Extending an Existing Domain

Creating a Domain with Managed Servers and Clusters

How Do I...?

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